Head Injuries: More Than Concussions
Concussions have been linked to long-term brain damage, but a new study found that smaller impacts to the head may also lead to harm over time.
E-Cigs Remain Under Investigation
Health officials continue to investigate e-cigarettes as the number of reported respiratory problems tied to vaping continues to rise.
FDA Takes on Illegal Opioid Websites
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) have sent warning letters to 10 websites for illegally marketing opioid medications.
Sometimes, an insurance change or a move to a new town means you have to change pharmacies. If you're in that situation, here's what you need to know about transferring your medications.
Hurricane Health and Safety
As hurricane season continues, safety is the number one priority. But severe storms can pose health and safety risks both before and after they strike.
How to Stay Safe This Fall
Different seasons bring different health and safety challenges, and autumn is no exception.
FDA: Sodium Chlorite Products Are a No-Go
Sodium chlorite products are not as safe as they are advertised to be, according to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Summer Health Myths Debunked
Many of us grow up believing certain health and safety myths. Sometimes, these misconceptions are harmless. Other times, they can have serious consequences.
Should You Put Sunscreen on Infants?
Can you put sunscreen on babies? It's a question that comes up for many parents in the summer time. Read on for the answer.
Silica Dust and Your Health
Crystalline silica is found in sand, stone and concrete. And around 2.3 million workers in the United States are exposed to it.